Portugal – European Parliament Election: 23 May 2014 poll (Aximage)

Next Election: May 2014
Company: Aximage for Correio da Manhã
Publication: 23 May 2014
Fieldwork period: 14-22 May 2014
Sample: 1507
Mode: Telephone (CATI)
Note: Comparison with Aximage poll of 16 May 2014. The logo under each party name indicates membership in a European political party.The indication N/A followed by a logo is used when a political party is not formally affiliated with a European political party but all or most of its MEPs have joined a particular parliamentary group.

Portugal – European Parliament Election: 22 May 2014 poll (Eurosondagem)

Next Election: 25 May 2014
Company: Eurosondagem for Expresso and SIC
Publication: 22 May 2014
Fieldwork period: 14-20 May 2014
Sample: 2014
Mode: Telephone
Note: Comparison with Eurosondagem poll of 24 April 2014. The logo under each party name indicates membership in a European political party. The indication N/A followed by a logo is used when a political party is not formally affiliated with a European political party but all or most of its MEPs have joined a particular parliamentary group.

Portugal – European Parliament Election: 22 May 2014 poll (Pitagórica)

Next Election: 25 May 2014
Company: Pitagórica for i newspaper
Publication: 22 May 2014
Fieldwork period: 14-18 May 2014
Sample: 506
Mode: Telephone
Note: Comparison with Pitagórica poll of 5 April 2014. The logo under each party name indicates membership in a European political party.The indication N/A followed by a logo is used when a political party is not formally affiliated with a European political party but all or most of its MEPs have joined a particular parliamentary group.

Portugal – European Parliament Election: 22 May 2014 poll (Univ. Católica)

Next Election: 25 May 2014
Institution: Universidade Católica for RTP and Diário de Notícias
Publication: 22 May 2014
Fieldwork period: 17-19 May 2014
Sample: 2085
Note: Comparison with 2009 EP results. The logo under each party name indicates membership in a European political party.The indication N/A followed by a logo is used when a political party is not formally affiliated with a European political party but all or most of its MEPs have joined a particular parliamentary group.